Mutua Madrid Masters Tickets Sale for 2020
Looking to buy the Madrid Open tickets for the 2020 edition of the tournament? Here’s the latest information on how to purchase its tickets for this year.
The Mutua Madrid Masters is one of the most important and prestigious tennis events on the ATP Tour. It is also one of the few tennis events that holds both the ATP and WTA competition, simultaneously. It brings with it an enthralling atmosphere, fierce competition and, most importantly, some top class tennis.
If you find yourself wondering what it would be like to be there in person, here’re all the options to be able to buy the Madrid Open tickets and watch this amazing tennis-fest.
We understand you cannot simply get up and leave for Madrid, which is exactly why we are keeping you informed on the event a good while before it comes around. The event will take place between May 4-10 in 2020 so you have plenty of time to plan your trip and get yourself ready.
As you may have guessed, tickets for the Madrid Masters sell like hot cakes; you have to get yours as soon as you can or you will be left waiting for another year. So without further delay, let’s look at the different ways to get your hands on tickets.
For men, it is a Masters tournament while for the ladies, it is a Premier Mandatory event. It is also an important competition in the build-up to the French Open.
How to Buy Madrid Open 2020 Tickets?
The first and best option is obviously the official website of the Mutua Madrid Masters.
We understand that buying tickets for the event can be quite confusing, especially if you haven’t ever been to a tennis match or event.
It is not just a matter of buying tickets, but a matter of carefully considering what type of tickets you want, where you want to sit and how many matches or sessions you want to go for. On the website, you will get a ton of information about the tickets.
You can simply buy tickets here by paying through the online portal of the website. You will be asked what type of tickets you wish for and will also be given the choice of seats in that category.
Once you have selected your seats, you are required to fill up a form of your email id, your geographical location and the payment method you are opting for. Once this is done, you will be asked to transfer the required funds online.
Read more to understand what are the types of Madrid Masters tickets on offer.
Types of Madrid Open Tickets
There are three types of passes on offer. They are Madrid Open tickets for:
- Manolo Santana Centre Court
- Arantxa Sanchez Vicario Court and a new category of tickets called
- Premium Seats, where you get to enjoy some leisurely time while watching the matches, in a new exclusive space.
Now we come to the category and prices of tickets on sale. Depending on the area of the courts, the tickets are divided into three different categories, excluding the box seats. Category 1 tickets, which are the best in the house, followed by Category 2 and Category 3.
Category 1 tickets range from €8 Euros (WTA preview) to €182 (ATP final).
You can also opt for different Subscription tickets, which club together multiple sessions for each round. The Subscription tickets start from €91 all the way to €875 for the whole week.
Category 2 tickets start from €8 (WTA preview) to €152 (ATP final). The Subscription tickets start from €81 to €750 (whole tournament).
Category 3 tickets range from €7 (WTA preview) to €122 ( ATP final). Subscription tickets start from €71 to €625 (whole tournament).
Do keep in mind that each individual ticket will be charged a processing fee of €1 Euro and the Subscription tickets will be charged €1.6.
Buying on Ticketmaster
A trusted distribution company named Ticketmaster, is the official sales channel for the Madrid Masters since last year. This company is operational in multiple countries across the globe; so should you already have an account with them it will make matters quite easy too. Even if you do not have an account, it is a simple matter of filling out a form of your details and your payment details. It should be noted that tickets will go on sale on their website slightly later than the Madrid Masters website.
If you happen to be in Madrid, or even Spain already, you can opt to buy tickets by going to either of two venues- Ciudad de la Raqueta, which is a sports facility in Madrid or at the Caja Magica.
Again keep in mind the tickets are put up for sale here later on, as the event draws closer and we will update the exact dates once they are declared.
How to Buy the Tickets for Disabled
There are also tickets available for disabled people at a reduced price since they do not take up a seat. You are required to either call on 902183647 or send an email at firstname.lastname@example.org if you wish to buy these tickets.
Other Methods to buy Madrid Masters Tickets
These were the official methods of buying tickets. There are other ways of getting your hands on them too. This is especially for those who are looking to plan their trip to Madrid for the event, but also want their accommodation and transport services secured while they are there.
One of the best ones under this category is Topnotch Tennis Tours.
They are a company that offers three different packages for early rounds ($2400), middle rounds ($2700) and the final rounds ($3450). They not only offer private transport and accommodations, but also courtside box seats.
You are required to pay 50% of the price beforehand and the rest of the amount by March 12, 2020. If booked after March 12, you will be asked to pay the entire amount.
You can check out their website and read all the details here with the TopNotchTennisTours.com website.
What to do if Madrid Masters 2020 Tickets are Sold Off
While there’s always enough room to watch the tennis, the demand for these Madrid Open tickets usually peaks for Rafael Nadal (and other top player) matches. So, there’s always that chance that Nadal matches or other top player matches are sold off before you have had time to book the tickets for the Madrid Open. In that case, one option is to go for the tour package, one of which is mentioned in the section above.
However, if you aren’t looking for any such hospitality package deals because you have already done the rest of your bookings yourself, the one other option is to look at secondary ticket sale websites like Viagogo.com for your needs. Before you do that, however, we must quickly tell you that while it’s safe to purchase these Madrid Masters tickets from a site like this, they will also be available for a premium.
As the name suggests, these are secondary sale sites where fans can buy or sell their tennis (and other sports) tickets.
Here’s a step by step guide how you can buy your Madrid Masters tickets using Viagogo.
- Go to Viagogo.com here and create your account with them and log in to your account
- Scroll down to chose which day you want your tickets for the Madrid Open
- Select the number of tickets needed, choose if you want to be seated together or not and click on Continue
- Choose your tickets, see them on the map next to it & click on Select
- Verify you have the right tickets and the seating, click on Continue, and choose your Delivery and Payment options over the next two screens.
- Once you have reviewed the information, make the payment and you should soon receive the tickets
Another such secondary ticketing website is Stubhub and you can use a similar method above to buy any tennis or sports tickets that are available on their site.
ATP Madrid Masters & WTA Madrid Open 2020 Player List
The 2020 Madrid Open promises to be a breathtaking affair with a star-studded line-up for both – men and women. Some of the world’s best players will compete over the course of the week to lift the prestigious trophy and walk away with 1,000 ranking points.
Novak Djokovic, Rafael Nadal, Alexander Zverev, Roger Federer, Dominic Thiem, Kei Nishikori, Stefanos Tsitsipas, Juan Martin Del Potro, John Isner, Marin Cilic, Fabio Fognini, Karen Khachanov, Borna Coric, Gael Monfils, Denis Shapovalov, David Goffin, Gilles Simon, Roberto Bautista Agut.
Naomi Osaka, Simona Halep, Petra Kvitova, Karolina Pliskova, Kiki Bertens, Angelique Kerber, Elina Svitolina, Sloane Stephens, Ashleigh Barty, Aryna Sabalenka, Caroline Wozniacki, Anastasija Sevastova, Madison Keys, Anett Kontaveit, Qiang Wang, Garbine Muguruza, Maria Sharapova, Bianca Andreescu.